Travel agents’ national day of action highlights cruise industry struggle
Travel agents took to the streets earlier this week, just like they did in the ’60s but with far less groovy outfits, little to no Jimi Hendrix music, and not a ‘jazz cigarette’ in sight.
Festive roundup: it’s Christmas parties, reunions, and celebrations galore!
We’re kicking off the end of year celebrations with a wrap up of the industry’s festive get-togethers! After party debauchery, sadly, not included.
JOB OPENING: We’re on the lookout for a new travel journalist!
Do you live and breathe travel and happen to be handy with a pen? Enquire within… you may even get to meet our pack of office dogs.
ATIC proposes three-pronged emergency plan for tourism, hospitality and events to government
Daniel Gschwind and his team at the ATIC have devised a plan to get the three sectors out of what is turning out to be a rather large hole. You listening, ScoMo?
“Our only currency is collaboration”: Free, open-source platform launches to foster travel industry innovation
We love giving a plug for top industry initiatives, and this is most certainly worthy of one.
How to get your brand in front of buyers, not daydreamers
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We get it – targeted advertising is not the sexiest topic. But you know what is sexy? Knowing your dollars are working as hard as possible to put your message in front of the right people.
REVEALED: The secret ingredient to razor-sharp targeted ads
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As the travel industry bounces back, reaching the right audiences is more important than ever. Here’s how to get the biggest bang for your buck when it comes to data.
More travel industry figures criticise government’s $1.2bn support package
by Huntley Mitchell
Senior industry figures left, right and centre are having their say on the government’s new stimulus measures for tourism, and the feedback ain’t overly positive.
Tehan looks to establish travel bubble and ‘quarantine gateway’ with Singapore
If this proposed bubble goes ahead, it could also open the door to travellers from other countries to come to Australia after completing a two-week quarantine stint in Singapore.
“I have been busier than ever”: Is it time to switch to the home-based model?
by Sponsored by MTA - Mobile Travel Agents
According to this agent, the home-based model has been a blessing in disguise, eliminating many costs typically found in a traditional travel agency, while still providing access to loads of support.
All the details, all the reactions: Federal government’s $1.2bn tourism support package explained
After much anticipation, ScoMo and Josh have revealed how the government plans to fork out $1.2 billion to keep Australia’s tourism industry alive and kicking. Here’s everything you need to know.
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